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All abstracts by Eva Marie Muehe in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2013) Cd Mobility in Anoxic Fe-Mineral-Rich Environments – Potential Use of Fe(III)-Reducing Bacteria for Soil Remediation
Muehe EM, Adaktylou IJ, Obst M, Schröder C, Behrens S, Hitchcock AP, Tyliszczak T, Krämer U & Kappler A

(2012) Binding Environment of As(V) during Microbial Reduction of As-Bearing Biogenic Fe(III) Minerals
Muehe EM, Scheer L, Morin G & Kappler A

(2012) Cd Mobilization from Fe(III)-hydroxides by an Isolated Fe(III)-reducing Geobacter Strain and its Impact on Enhanced Phytoremedation
Kraemer U, Muehe EM, Obst M, Hitchcock A & Kappler A

(2011) Plant-Microbe Interactions in Cd-Contaminated Soils – Do Fe(III)-Reducing Bacteria Influence the Accumulation of Cd in the Metal-Hyperaccumulating Plant Arabidosis Halleri?
Krämer U, Muehe EM & Kappler A

(2011) Fate of As Upon Microbial Fe(III) Reduction of As-Bearing Biogenic Fe Minerals
Muehe EM, Scheer L & Kappler A

(2011) Biogenic Fe(III) Minerals Lower the Efficiency of Iron-Mineral-Based Commercial Filter Systems for Arsenic Removal
Kappler A, Kleinert S, Muehe E-M, Posth N, Dippon U & Daus B

(2010) Stimulated Cd Uptake and Accumulation in the Plant Arabidopsis halleri by Dissolution of Cd-Bearing Fe(III) (Hydr)oxides by Fe(III)-Reducing Bacteria
Krämer U, Muehe EM & Kappler A

(2010) Mobilization of Sorbed and Co-precipitated Arsenic from Biogenic Fe(III) (Hydr)oxides by the Fe(III)-reducer Shewanella oneidensis MR-1
Muehe EM, Kappler A, Posth N & Hohmann C

(2008) Immobilisation of Arsenic in Paddy Soil by Iron(II)-Oxidizing Bacteria
Kappler A, Hohmann C, Muehe M, Richter S & Winkler E

(2008) Phototrophic Fe(II) Oxidizing Bacteria – To Encrust or not to Encrust
Hegler F, Muehe EM & Kappler A

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